The CHS will supervise all community health activities, not only CHW activities. He or she will assist in training, supporting and supervising CHWs and will also supervise public health programs and promote collaboration between the facility and the community. He or she also assists in the formation and linkage of community health committees (Shura-e-Sehie) with the CHW program and health facilities. He or she is responsible for supporting the community in identifying and addressing their health problems.
Assists in practical training during CHW training courses, including supervising the practical experience of the CHWs in the community during their training.
Provides on-the-job and monthly in-service training to CHWs.
Reviews and evaluates the performance of the CHWs and identifies need for further training.
Assists the staff of the MHT in making plans for the community health programs in the facility and its catchment area.
Implements, supervises and evaluates the community health program activities in the catchment area of the MHT.
Identifies and reports immediately to the head of the health facility any problems that may interfere in achieving program objectives.
Guides the CHWs in the development and implementation of their action plans.
Conducts monthly supervisory meetings with CHWs.
Ensures regular replacement of supplies in the CHW kits.
Conducts regular visits to the CHWs in their communities to assess and assist their work.
Encourages team work among CHWs, especially when they are working in the same catchment population.
Provides regular reports on the CHWs to the head of MHT.
Supervises the quality of the pictorial registers and Community Maps maintained by the CHWs and assists the CHWs where needed.
Supervises completion of the MARs by CHWs and the completion of the facility MAAR.
Consolidates the MAARs and assists the head of the health facility in preparing consolidated monthly reports and assists in maintaining graphs to monitor the facility health programs.
Assists in supervising any required community health survey.
Uses the reporting system and information received from village health committees (Shura-e-Sehie) to monitor health conditions and submits findings to the person in charge of the MHT.
Assists formation of community health committees (Shura-e-Sehie).
Provides orientation session on BPHS and on health topics of concern to the community Shura.
Guides in formation & implementation of community-based health activities.
Promotes support for CHWs.
Provides feedback from community to head of the MHT.
Any other relevant task given by his/her line supervisor
Interested and qualifiedcandidates are requested to send their CVs along with an application letter and apply Via E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please ensure to fill out the Health Net TPO application form which is available in http://www.acbar.org/applicationform
Write the number of vacancy and position you are applying for, in the subject line of your E-mail Add.
Incomplete applications or applications received after closing date will not be given consideration.
Candidates who are meeting the above criteria will be short listed; Country office Address, HNO: 003, Main St: 005, Sello Road, DehNaw _Dehbori, District 03 Kabul, Afghanistan Contact#: + (93)020251084